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  • Denise W.

    Very simple menu which I like. My prime rib was so tender all I used was a better knife to cut. Perfectly seasoned meat and even the brussel sprouts were good. I normally dislike brussel sprouts. The mashed potatoes were smothered with bacon gravy. Really enjoyed the food here. It would be my go to place if they were in Seattle. This place is so much better than The Keg. Unfortunately too full to try the chocolate cake but will next time. I almost forgot to mentioned we ordered the shrimp add on. It was not my favorite was it was battered and deep fried. Probably should have been grilled to go with the prime rib. If it was an appetizer then yes battered and fried would have been fine but this was not appetizer. Nevertheless prime rib was just fabulous. I just have to give them 5 stars.

    (5)
  • Stacy T.

    We just happened upon this place when we were in a hurry to find a place near our hotel and it turned out to be a great find! I thoroughly enjoyed my prime rib and my mother enjoyed her cheesesteak. My daughter was in a particularly picky mood and the chef and waitress were nice enough to make something specific that wasn't on the menu. The chocolate mousse was delicious! The only thing that wasn't excellent was the fries, which were a bit too salty. But overall it was great!

    (5)
  • Julie A.

    Exceeded my expectations food was awesome service was great and the dessert was yummy. Happy hour looks delectable

    (5)
  • Aaron M.

    Found an Amazon local deal online so I thought I'd try this place out. Great atmosphere. Menu had some original items on it and the service was great. Appetizers actually came out quickly (so many places fail at this) and dinner wasn't far behind. My wife and I got 2 prime rib dinners and desert for under $50. Not bad at all (we actually paid less with the amazon local deal). The prime rib was cooked perfectly and the flavor was amazing. Portland City Grill quality food at half the cost. Overall very pleased. I will be back.

    (4)
  • Charlie H.

    I dont leave many reviews but this was a MUST LEAVE! 1st time customer at this RUI(Restaurant unlimited Inc) restaurant, and I am a big RUI fan, food wise and service wise, but this experience was perhaps theee worst dining experience I've encountered in my time here on earth! Came in on a Sunday night, wanted to sit in the lounge but all the tables were dirty and luckily the hostess cleaned and table off for us. Little did we know she was the only cleaning through out the night. For the majority of our time in the restaurant, more than half of the tables were unbussed. No busser around, hostess was the only one cleaning. The entire time there, the unused "bar well" was stacked with dishes and was never removed. Maybe they were understaffed, but the staff they did have didnt show much urgency, and it was never that busy. The manager bussed a little but was super inefficient. Watched him make 5 trips to bus 1 table. Use a tray pal! We did get our order taken timely, the cocktail my friend ordered was slightly incorrect, but thats minor. We ordered some appetizers and entree's all together. The apps came out in a decent time, baked potato rolls were really good with the bacon jam, the mac and cheese was solid, nothing special. Desperately needed some water re fills, so after 10 mins went to the well and grabbed the water pitcher myself. Eventually when the server came back and saw the picther on the table didn't notice or even say anything about it. Shortly after the server brought us the bill and asker if we needed anything else and we said yes, our food still hasnt even come. Which was a surpise to him! It had been between 45 to an hour since ordering. We stacked our own plates on the table so maybe they thought that was our entree plates. Server asked if we still wanted the food, and I said Oh Yeah, definitely! Came back about 5 mins later with our food. The prime rib blue cheese Flat bread was beyond bland and tasted like soil. The prime rib looked like a steak and didnt come with au jus. It def wasnt red like most every other prime rib ive ever had and like other ones in the picture. Asked the manager if it was indeed prime rib and he said it was. I then asked if i could have some au jus. He came back with that shortly and has to ask for the 2nd time for silverware. The prime was was decent. Less than solid but not terrible. The mash potatoes were good with the bacon gravy though so that was a plus. It was apparent that our meal and service was unsatisfactory but no one seemed to give a hoot! We tipped the hostess because she was holding it down in there. She told us it was her 2nd day! She was the only one there that seemed to give a darn. She must have been trained somewhere else! This will be the only RUI restaurant I will not be coming back to! And one more thing, my friend stopoed at wendy's on the way home to actuallly get some quick and fast service! Thanks for nothing prime rib and chocolate cake!

    (1)
  • Ayla C.

    Prime rib was cooked perfectly, however the flavor was lacking that something special. Overall a great piece of meat that I didn't have to cook myself. We had the 5 layer chocolate cake. Now, I am not a fan of cake normally, but this cake was so freaking delicious! I was in chocolate heaven. I will be dreaming of this cake for awhile.

    (4)
  • Autumn D.

    Can you say Fried Bacon?!? Omg all of their food was amazing!! The only complaints: everything had bacon in it!! The egg we got was raw and looked microwaved and for the fried cutlet was smothered in a boat full of gravy!! Other than that amazing!!

    (5)
  • L B.

    I have really given this place a shot, but every time it disappoints. First, I need to start by saying my husband and I loved Newport Seafood Grill. Not the one on the river, because the menu is completely different there, but the one that PRCC replaced on Broadway. I only mention this because we are restaurant unlimited members, and big fans of the rewards we get. We used to go to NSG at least once a week, even became friendly with the staff like real regulars. Then PRCC came in it's place. Same restaurant group, we like Prime Rib and chocolate cake, why not? Right? So as soon as it opened we went. Menu was so limited. We probably can't take friends and family with us now because it isn't the kind of menu that gives you a lot to choose from. The food was ok. Nothing special, but we thought we'd try the cake. So I dove into it. Looked and smelled great! But wait. What's that really strong liquor taste? Strange. Each bite was overwhelming. I stopped after three bites and mentioned it to the waitstaff. Turns out the entire cake was heavy with some kind of bourbon. The manager said they usually use a little in the recipe, but that wasn't right. Although she sent us home with a piece that was made how it was intended, I think there are two things that are very bad about this: one, you must mark your menu when there is any kind of liquor used. Two, what if a child or someone who can't drink had this. Not to mention if you are known for two things and one is so-so and the other is loaded with liquor, well... Then there was the second attempt. I told myself the chocoholic cake wasn't the end of the world. So we went again, after all we live so close. This time the menu had changed a little. I got the fried chicken, my husband got prime rib and we ordered their Mac n Cheese, but asked for no peppers in it. The prime rib had no seasoning to it, the Brussels were burnt to a crisp, and the best thing on his plate was the mashed potatoes. I on the other hand loved the fried chicken! Woo hoo! We did it, we found something I'd come back for and then the Mac n Cheese came out. What the hell? Why did it taste like someone squeezed an entire lemon over the Mac? Why would you do that? Not cheesy at all, just creamy lemony noodles. WTF! So again I mentioned the issue... Actually I politely asked, "is there lemon in your Mac n Cheese?" The waitress said, no why? Well, "taste this," I challenged her only to hear her say, "we're not allowed to do that ma'm." Seriously? Take it back to the kitchen, have the chef taste what he made and then fix it. That is something most nice restaurants should do. I'm not suggesting you belly up to the bowl at our table, but since there is something wrong with it and we're not going to eat it, you might want to figure out what happened so it doesn't happen again. Get it together PRCC! Shame on me for going back for more of that crap. We now drive out to their Portland Seafood Company location off 205 to get our favorite dishes and our points. Sorry PRCC, we tried.

    (2)
  • Audrea H.

    Food was okay. Service was terrible. We sat for almost 10 minutes before our server even came over to greet us. Very inattentive, we felt ignored for most of the time. Only checked back after our drinkks were empty. Had to wait for what seemed like forever once we were done before she checked back to bring the bill. Not sure we would come back.

    (2)
  • Annette O.

    Tried this I place because saw a Groupon. I have yet to try a place off of Groupon that is amazing where I would return. I ordered the Petite cut which is 10 oz. It came with mashed potatoes and grilled Brussel sprouts. I think the best part of the entree was the brussel sprouts! Prime rib was okay, nothing special. I did like that it was soft and easy to chew. For dessert I got the warm molten chocolate cake. The cake was rather rich in my opinion. I ate almost half when I stopped because I just couldn't anymore. I also had gotten a Pomegranate mojito, which tasted like a limeade with no alcohol. I should've asked for a new one but did not feel it was worth it. Although the staff was a lot nicer than I expected. A napkin dropped and a waiter popped up and offered to get a new one right away. That was awesome. I like good customer service. I don't think I'll go back for dinner, but definitely for happy hour.

    (3)
  • Jenny C.

    The food here was delicious! There was a large group next to us but we were still served with an ample amount of time. I ordered the Prime Rib, medium rare, it was cooked just right. There wasn't enough flavor but that can easily be remedied with some A1. Our waitress was a little standoffish at first but warmed up to us afterwards.

    (4)
  • Macy T.

    I was about to give them 5 stars for a great prime rib dinner (and the food really was spot on) as well as good service, I had limited time so I called ahead and placed my order to be attached to my reservation made over open table, and all of that was great, but when I got back and logged into open table I saw they had canceled my reservation so now I don't get my points (I'm a concierge I take my dining points seriously lol) so now I'm miffed, I was there, I have the left overs to prove it! But if your in the lloyd center area and feeling carnivorous they are a good choice

    (4)
  • Gina F.

    Randomly stopped into this restaurant, kind of has an atmosphere similar to Stanford's. Amazing and friendly staff and literally the best prime rob sliders I've ever had. Amazing happy hour food! Definitely worth stopping in!

    (5)
  • Stanley M.

    Loved the prime rib; cooked perfectly, tasted amazing, just an overall great meal. The 10oz goes a long way so be careful. The chocolate cake was a thin slice of heaven too.

    (5)
  • Sean B.

    Wow had the fried bacon with Sriracha mayo so tasty, the Philly cheese steak fries so many layers of flavor a must go!!

    (4)
  • Cindy A.

    Prime Rib anytime I want it? YES!!!!! And I can even have it at Happy Hour too! Happy Hour here at PR + CC (formerly Newport Seafood Grill, and still owned by Restaurants Unlimited) hosts a big, all-you-can-eat "prime rib" and "fixin's" bar ($9.00 sliders with potato chips, iceberg lettuce, and several sauces). Drink deals include $5.00 house wines and $4.00 beers and well drinks. There are some tasty non-meat options on the menu, but not discounted at Happy Hour. Yet.... So far, it's the $9.00 slider or bust, so make sure you're well in the mood for this kind of food....

    (4)
  • Tiffany A.

    The name of this place is so ridiculous, I wouldn't have placed it as a chain. It has that corporate feel to it, something between an Applebee's and a PF Changs. We went there for Valentine's Day Dinner, now wishing we would've spent our money at Hall St. Grill instead! We started off with Fried Bacon and Loaded Potato Rolls...now let me tell you, based on all of the stuff we ate this night, if this restaurant really knows how to make something it's fried bacon!!! Screw the Prime rib and the dry chocolate cake, the fried bacon is where it's at! Can't go wrong, I wish I could eat that stuff every day! The loaded potato rolls were weird. They would've been okay, minus the bacon jam. This crap makes them so sweet, that they are no longer a savory starter...they're just gross. Both of us had prime rib, and shared some "beer-battered prawns". These "prawns" were shrimp, not prawns (they were small) and there was nothing beer about the batter. In fact these were previously frozen straight to the deep fryer, soggy types. The prime rib was okay. Not super flavorful, the only flavor that did come through was thyme, and that's not what I want in a prime rib. I prefer cracked pepper and course seasalt, maybe some rosemary. It was super fatty, and the texture was a little soft (almost like it too was previously frozen). The mashed potatoes were good, and the brussel sprouts were delicious (a little too sweet for my tastes), I didn't notice a bacon gravy there was just a saturated pool of juice around the steak and potatoes. We ordered 2 desserts to share, the chocolate mousse and the warm molten chocolate cake. The chocolate mousse texture left much to be desired, it was gritty and weird. It actually tasted more like coffee than chocolate, and in fact I believe much of the grittiness came from raw coffee grounds mixed in...not cool for mousse... On the same hand, the chocolate cake, their namesake...UGH. It's like the worst preservative filled prepackaged cake ever. It didn't taste like real chocolate at all, neither did the "molten middle" or the chocolate sauce on the side. Hersheys syrup tastes more like chocolate than any of this. The cake was cold and dry, and the molten was a thick paste of unpalatable goo. Everything about this cake was absolutely disgusting. All in all, this place is a waste of money... The only reason to ever go back is the best part of the night... the fried bacon and the 14hands merlot.

    (2)
  • Kaliska D.

    Bought a groupon for this place. The crab shrimp dip was fantastic. Had the prime rib dip sandwich, the meat was tender and flavorful, not chewy or overdone. The dark chocolate mousse was absolutely delicious. Great local joint. Recommend it for a decent prices dinner. We shared all of the dishes and barely cleared $30.

    (4)
  • Matt L.

    The food was delicious. I had the petit Prime Rib and my wife had the knife and fork. The loaded potato rolls were light and tasty. The food a lone was five stars. The atmosphere on the other hand left a lot to be desired. The decor is as confused as the previous Mr. Jenner. There are hints of steak house, wall paper that belongs in a remodeled Red Robin and the wood chairs I swear came from a fish house. The staff was attentive and did a good job. I would recommend Prime Rib and Chocolate cake for a happy hour or group event but for a nice anniversary dinner it just misses the mark.

    (4)
  • Lesley H.

    I wish I could give this 4 stars, but a couple of things stood out that kept this at 3. First off - the appies we ordered (spicy bacon, potatoe rolls and shrimp/crab dip) were very good. We nibbled happily and put in box to take rest home for later. The desserts (chocolate cake w/ice cream and red velvet cake) were equally satisfying. Our dinners came with prime rib, parmesan potatoes with pieces of bacon and delicious gravy, brussel sprouts with bacon jam. So why the 3? It's the namesake - the prime rib. It came according to how we like it - hubby rare and myself medium and that was perfect. The source of our dissatisfaction was the rub on the rib. Granted everyone wants to cut back on salt, but we didn't detect it. We like a crunchy type of rub and this was very soft. Lots of herb presence and I know many people love heavy herbal dressings on their food but we found it overwhelming. We may be "old school" and not "new Portland", but that rub took what seemed a perfectly cooked slice of prime rib from stellar to simply okay. So please take this for what it is - we found everything else very good, but given the prime rib is the namesake... Side note - we were there on a Thursday around 5:00 and restaurant only had about 5 tables going on the restaurant side. Yet the staff seemed overwhelmed and we found ourselves waiting for water, boxes, etc. It looks like they pick up around 6:00 so likely good time to visit is after 6:00.

    (3)
  • T.C. D.

    We joined some friends for dinner here before the New Year's Eve Winterhawks game. We made a reservation earlier in the day. Kyle, who took my phone call at 9am even!, was friendly and courteous and helped us with our reservation. I've seen reviews mentioning the TV's and honestly, I didn't notice them much. We ordered some beers and spirited drinks and received them promptly. Our service was great. The waitress was friendly and helpful with the menu. We ordered the baked potato rolls as an appetizer and WOW, so good! We were asked if we wanted soup or salad.... in a way that implied that they came with our meal. We ordered the Caesar salad, which was yummy! A good amount of dressing, croutons, and greens. However, if I had known it was extra for the salad, I would not have gotten one. That would be the only criticism of our waitress - how she phrased "soup or salad" implied that it came with our entree. It was a surprise to see $12 extra for Caesar salads on our bill. I ordered the Black Tiger Prawns with penne pasta. It had good flavor and I enjoyed it. However, the "black tiger prawns" were small. They were cooked well, but definitely small in size. My fiancee ordered the Salmon penne, which had the same sauce as mine. He said it did not go well with the fish, but that the fish itself had decent flavor. The couple we were with also ordered the Black Tiger Prawns entree, but split it between them, which the restaurant kindly did without charging them a "plate" fee. We did find it amusing that we didn't order Prime Rib nor chocolate cake (I was too full after dinner for cake), but that we would be willing to come back and try the prime rib! I got the feeling my fiancee was disappointed with his meal, but I enjoyed mine and our friends seemed to enjoy theirs despite the small shrimp size. The cocktails were strong and the service was good.

    (4)
  • Jordan H.

    Incredible! That's all I need to say.

    (5)
  • Liz D.

    If you are in the mood for gluttonous excess, this is the place to go. Per recommendations of other yelpers (thanks yo!) we started with the loaded potato rolls and fried bacon. So decadent! The rolls were filled with this crazy delicious gooey bacon jam that I'm sure is clogging my heart as I speak (or type, whatever). The bacon also ruled. The hubby and I split the Cajun grilled steak (they brought it out on two plates, classy!) and good god was it ridiculous. Perfectly grilled and perfectly seasoned. The sides were also amazing; who knew brussel sprouts could be so indulgent? The kids meals turned out to be a very pleasant surprise! For $5.99 they each got a beverage, a decent sized entree and a scoop of ice cream. What a deal! Lastly the table split a slice of 5 layer ice cream. You can't go to a place where chocolate cake is right in the name and not try it. Am I right??!!! Anyways, it was really freaking good. Dark and rich and fluffy and glorious. I think I consumed enough calories for 3 days. And it was freaking worth it!! I should also mention that our server was fantastic. I think his name was Todd, but he really busted his arse keeping all of his tables well attended. He was very nice, lots of refills, and didn't act frazzled even though he was obviously juggling quite a heavy rush.

    (5)
  • Gretchen B.

    I was so happy a friend suggested this place. I met some girlfriends there Friday night. We are in our late 40's and loved the atmosphere in the bar. The happy hour was from 3-close which is so awesome. I had a prime rib slider and the beer battered prawns and they were both great. The happy hour menu is one of the best I've seen. The service was great as were the drinks. 5.00 happy hour wine was great and I think I spent about 7.00 for both. I am happy to have this new restaurant in the neighborhood!

    (5)
  • Mara H.

    This place was wonderful! Despite the restaurant being so busy, we received top notch service and our food came out fairly quickly. My boyfriend and I loved the atmosphere and the waitress was so sweet! I can't wait to come back for more fancy meals in the Portland area.

    (4)
  • Kimberly M.

    It was mediocre. The name is cute. My Margarita was good. Meh.

    (3)
  • Gutaiba Z.

    I wish there was zero stars available to express how displeased I was with this place, I even gave them a second chance just to make sure. The servers are rude, the food is terrible and I just won't ever go back. I can't really explain it much better than that...

    (1)
  • Maureen B.

    Stopped in to PR + CC for Happy Hour, and quickly seated in the bar. Our server Cody was friendly, efficient, and attentive! The prime rib burger on the Happy Hour menu was outstanding -- topped with with pepperoncini, crispy fried onions, white cheddar and accompanied by sweet potato fries and an amazing dipping sauce with just enough kick to make it interesting. Finished up with a dessert of 5-layer chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream -- to die for -- that was large enough to share.

    (4)
  • Michelle M.

    My husband and I had a date night here on Thanksgiving eve. Very slow night at PRCC. I always enjoyed Newport Seafood Grill, which was the prior restaurant. We were curious about this new theme. First impression - I don't like the addition of the TV's in the dining room. Save it for the bar. At first glance of the menu, I was surprised at how few options there are. Truly, they have about 7 different preparations of prime rib. You can add shrimp to an entrée. That's it. No other cuts of steak, no burgers, no chicken, no other seafood. They take their name very seriously. However, as others have mentioned if you are only going to do one thing - do it well. They deliver a great prime rib. Flavorful, cooked perfectly. The brussel sprouts were so addictive, I loaded up on them - ate my husbands also. Actually stuffed myself. I'm still thinking about those suckers. I was disappointed in the starch options. I didn't want mashed potatoes and gravy. They have no baked potatoes, no rice pilaf, no garlic mashed. How can you be a prime rib joint with no baked potatoes?? Is it just me? Isn't that odd?? Caesar salad side was large and fresh - not too heavy on the dressing. Service was great, she was friendly and attentive. Overall, it's good food. But I can't imagine being able to bring a party of 4 or more here - unless everyone in your party wants prime rib. I would never be able to bring my kids here either. This is a huge restaurant; I don't know how they will keep turning tables with such a limited menu. Bottom line, if I'm craving prime rib - I'd go here. I just need to make sure whomever I'm with wants it also. Because it's all they serve.

    (3)
  • Chris J.

    We went here for the first time tonight with a party of 10 looking to try it out for the first time. The staff was all very friendly and welcoming and the atmosphere / decor was also very appealing. The food was not only very reasonably priced but it was absolutely delicious! The prime rib tasted amazing and the chocolate cake was to die for (I can't emphasize how good it was!). There was 10 of us and almost everyone had a different entree. Not a single one of us disliked any of our food so I can successfully say that we all loved it! We will be going back here again soon and j highly, highly recommend this place to anyone in Portland who is looking for something new and different. You WILL NOT be disappointed! I would give this place a 10 out of 10 any day!

    (5)
  • Jessica R.

    Best prime rib I've ever eaten. Best sides and appetizers. Get the Panko breaded bacon appetizer!! It sounds weird, but it was fantastic!! Service was exceptional as well!! We will be back!!

    (5)
  • Lauren B.

    Not everything on the menu is awesome but most of it really is. Really good prices, friendly and accommodating staff, and good food. We come here a lot because it's so close to home now.

    (4)
  • Marjorie R.

    Missed newport grills happy hour. The soup here was SALTY! The staff was nice since some of them were from the previous restaurant. Tried other things salty as well. Did not get to try chocolate cake.

    (2)
  • H H.

    Seriously... Happy hour every day after 3??? Damn. The happy hour menu is well rounded. It has the prime rib slider, some Mac and Cheese, Cesar Salad, burger, flat bread thing and chili. I forget the rest. Of course it's going to be busy pre-event - DUH! There really aren't too many decent restaurants around the Moda Center. We got a table in the bar, there were 2 4 tops open an hour 1/2 before tip off. It took about 3 minutes before the server saw us. She was slammed. Super friendly and quick to get us our drinks before taking our order. Food arrived in the proper amount of time. I had the slider - the meat was tender and tasty and the fries were fries. He had the flat bread - it was meh. But of course he ate it all. Both ordered the Cesar Salad, and it was crisp and not overly dosed in dressing which was a positive! We shared the potato roll things ... They were ... Odd. Tasty but odd. The bacon jam was sweet and rich and yeah, just not our thing. We plan to stop back and try the burger and a actual slab of Prime Rib in the future. Btw - DUMBEST NAME EVER!!! I love Prime Rib, but can not stand chocolate cake - barf.

    (4)
  • Pravat S.

    When you name a restaurant Prime Rib and Chocolate Cake you have to be good at two things. The eponymous restaurant does them both right. The wife and I traveled from Seattle for our anniversary. We asked a local friend for a recommendation for a nice place to have dinner. We were not disappointed. The prime rib was succulent, the mashed potatoes with bacon gravy were everything you could hope they would be, but the best thing on the plate had to have been the Brussels Sprouts and that's not to detract from the other components the sprouts were just that good. Service was above par. Our server Johanna was friendly, talkative but not overly, knowledgable, and happy. Our drinks were never empty before a new one was on its way. She even catered to our 8 month old bring out animal crackers for him. Food Quality was amazing. The loaded baked potato rolls were the perfect starter light and airy with bacon jam. The entree didn't disappoint and the chocolate cake dessert the right choice. Light, airy, moist, full of flavor. Ambiance was nice. Not overly dark not too loud, the TVs in the main dinning room were not over bearing. Price was lower than expected which is never a complaint. This place was definitely worth it. Would make the trip down from Seattle again just for the Prime Rib and Chocolate Cake.

    (5)
  • Chris R.

    We had the prime rib pot pie, DELICIOUS. Also had the crispy fried chicken with potatoes, that was to die for... Wasn't to thrill about the fried bacon... Kinda spicy and fatty... And the Mac and cheese was good IF You like blue cheese! Over all good restaurant

    (4)
  • Yaz H.

    I would have given 5 stars but I agree that TV screens should be limited to the bar as they take away from the old school atmosphere this place is after. The food is amazing...Those who are winning about Newport Seafood Grill, get over it, it became a chain and lost its local flavor long ago...This place is fun and you cant go wrong with bacon, prime rib and chocolate desert options... I love the limited menu because it keeps the focus on what they do well, you don't order pizza at a Chinese restaurant. Its rich classic comfort food...I cant wait to go back!!! Please think about limiting the TV's and keep to music in the dinning room. Thanks!

    (4)
  • Phyllis B.

    Three of us went for lunch yesterday since we'd heard this place was very tasty. We should have suspected something was askew when we arrived just after 12:30 pm and there were maybe 3 tables of people. I had the prime rib pot pie. It was tasteless. One friend had the French dip. It was bland. The other had the hamburger. He found nothing exceptional there. We shared a piece of their "famous" chocolate cake. It was dry; like cake that has been frozen at one time. The flavor was nothing to write home about. The icing tasted like chocolate but nothing special (like maybe a hint of cinnamon or something). The vanilla ice cream did not have a very high cream content to it. Bottom line: we will not be back.

    (2)
  • Jskilicious S.

    Probably the best chocolate cake I've ever had. We started with the fried bacon which was amazing. (Yes I know not the healthiest start) I got the lavender martini which was ok, but not stand out. Our appetizer got there about 10 minutes before any drinks which was really annoying. The prime rib was a thin cut, and there was quite a lot of fat. I got the side salad instead of the mashed potatoes which was a mistake because I tried my husband's and they were awesome. The gravy really made them. The brussel sprouts were roasted and really good! But let's talk more about that 5 layer chocolate cake! Do not skip this. Best part of the meal. Chocolate mousse wasn't anything special. We will definitely be back. Hopefully next time we will get better service.

    (4)
  • T B.

    My husband and I have been looking for a decent Prime Rib ever since the Stewart Anderson's in Gresham closed. This will suffice. The Prime Rib was fine, mashed potatoes tasty and the brussels sprouts were awesome! (Note: I formerly hated Brussels sprouts). Cravings for the Panko Bread Crumb encrusted deep fried bacon with Siracha dipping sauce will have me coming back. We dined early, 5:00 on a Friday night, it wasn't too busy and service was top of the line. Several people stopped by to make sure we had refills and to offer to box up our copious amount of leftovers. I can't wait to put this in my regular girls night out, happy hour rotation, because they have the elusive Lavender Cosmo!

    (4)
  • Loretta D.

    This place is fantastic. I know what you're thinking, "Prime rib,really?!" YES PRIME RIB. From start to finish everything was fantastic. Definitely order the rolls and the deep fried bacon as an app. The prime rib is phenomenal. It melts in your mouth. Did I mention happy hour is from 4- close?

    (5)
  • Blu M.

    Awesome Happy Hour! Mac n Cheese was so creamy and delicious. Prime Rib flat bread AMAZING the Prime Rib sliders were not so great... the bottom bun was way too soggy.

    (4)
  • Nate C.

    The name is about the only thing that's good here. Sade told that we needed a reservation and when we got there the place was practically empty. So they sat us and then our waitress came over. I understand that everyone has to go through the training process for a job but this lady was a rookie and had a lot to learn. We were given a gift certificate for the dessert and appetizer. She acknowledged it and then at the end of the meal said they were not able to apply the certificates.... Her explanation was so wordy that my wife and I just said "Fine whatever." just so we could get her to go away. The food was tolerable and the dessert was over rated. So overall.... We won't go back. All hype and no delivery.

    (3)
  • jennifer b.

    We went there today to celebrate my sisters birthday. It was wonderful! The waiters were beyond helpful, they were awesome. The prime rib was very tasty and cooked exactly the way we each wanted it. I would pay for the brussel sprout recipe! Definitely will go back and tell everyone to check out this place. Prime Rib and Chocolate cake? perfect!

    (5)
  • Shannon D.

    We had a Groupon, so we decided to go and split the entree and dessert. Our server was fantastic. He was very personable and attentive. The kitchen split our dinner on to 2 plates for us, which we didn't even ask for. That was a nice surprise. The prime rib was perfectly cooked and not too fatty. The Brussel sprouts were amazing...although probably no longer healthy. I didn't care for the gravy on the mashed potatoes, but my dining companion thought it was fine. We also split some mac & cheese. It was delicious and a very healthy portion. I ordered an old fashioned and thought it was subpar. It was high priced but used middle shelf alcohols and cheap cherries. For a "nice" restaurant, it was blah drink. Stick with beer, here. The real disappointment here was the chocolate cake at the end. We ordered the molten chocolate cake. Molten, meaning warm. It arrived cold and dry. The chocolate sauce in the middle, that should gush out, was a solid blob. It tasted old. The chocolate sauce on top was the flavor and consistency of Hershey's chocolate sauce. For the first time ever, we left over half the dessert on the plate. For a place with Chocolate Cake in the name, you would expect divine perfection. Sad.

    (3)
  • Kris G.

    Great prime rib. Delicious cake. My beau's fave place. Not a lot of options. Side of potatoes could use a little work.

    (4)
  • Tony G.

    Been here three times and every time I walk out thinking.... Damn this is good... Too good.... What do they put in this? The fried bacon is good too... But the app for me is the French onion soup.

    (5)
  • Sherlock H.

    The prime rib is good. The chocolate cake is great. The menu is really limited for anything beyond steak. Service is very spotty. Pretty much everything is fried so be ready for that.

    (3)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Garage
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Prime Rib & Chocolate Cake

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